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A Day in the Life of a Tiger Cow...
Oct 19
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Yaaaa #mattGroening 👯 #simpsons #treehouseOfHorror #xxv #puropari (at Hollywood Roosevelt - a Thompson Hotel)

Yaaaa #mattGroening 👯 #simpsons #treehouseOfHorror #xxv #puropari (at Hollywood Roosevelt - a Thompson Hotel)

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Mmmm 🍩🍩🍩 #simpsons #treehouseOfHorror #xxv #party #donutTime (at Hollywood Roosevelt - a Thompson Hotel)

Mmmm 🍩🍩🍩 #simpsons #treehouseOfHorror #xxv #party #donutTime (at Hollywood Roosevelt - a Thompson Hotel)

Oct 18
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With #ElJefe . #bh6wrapparty 🐭

With #ElJefe . #bh6wrapparty 🐭

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#bh6wrapparty

#bh6wrapparty

(Source: tumblr.com)

Oct 16
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It’s looks aight 😜 #Sterlingruby x #Rafsimons #ootn #comfy #papi

It’s looks aight 😜 #Sterlingruby x #Rafsimons #ootn #comfy #papi

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clarencescreenshots:

Steal his look: Clarence
American Vintage Jacksonville Tshirt ($75) • Dorothy Perkins Scoop Built Cami ($21) • Rag & Bone Demin Shorts ($50) • Sperry Harlow Lace-up Boots ($60)

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megamadridista4life:

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Sometimes you just gotta let go…

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Even if it’s something you want really bad 

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So just accept who/where you are and who you are with

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As they will always be there for you

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high-tech-low-fashion:

The Blitz Kids were a group of young people who frequented the weekly Blitz club-night in Covent Garden, London in 1979-80, and are credited with launching the New Romantic subcultural movement.

Crucially, the club lay between two art colleges (St Martin’s School and Central School) and became a testbed for student fashion designers who set London ablaze during the 1980s.”

[Wiki]

"An evening with the orbit of London’s Blitz club superstars – and we’re talking about 50 people here – was more than entertaining. You were zapped with a very tangible electric shock — what we’d call today “sensory overload” — as if these exquisite, compulsive posers had revitalised Gilbert & George’s notion from 1969 of processing through the world as living sculptures. The Blitz Kids generated their own crackling versions of hyper-reality that defined the space around them. They included Kim, Julia, Judi, Melissa, Fiona, Jayne, Theresa, Myra, Scarlett, Clare, Michele, Darla, Sade, Kate, Stevie, Naomi, Mandy, Helen, Jo, Perri and Christine … the Stephens Linard and Jones, Lee, John, Cerith, Simon, Iain, Andy, George, Marilyn, Wilf, Greg, Jeffrey, Christos, Graham, Neil, Dencil, Robert, the Holahs, the Richards Ostell and Sharah. A fair few other Blitz Kids, like Strange, Egan, Elms, Sullivan, Dagger, Haines, Ure, O’Donnell, Mole, Ball and Lewis, had the motormouth skills of energetic talkers and schemers who were, as we say today, “good in the room”. Above all, the best among them “made things happen” wherever they set foot. That’s why spending time with them was the best kind of fun – stimulating, argumentative and constructive, whether idling at a bar or bounding around the beach on Bournemouth bank holidays … ”

[Shapers of the 80’s]

"After Billy’s came The Blitz. A dodgy old Covent Garden wine bar with a Second World War theme, gas masks and photos of Winston Churchill on the walls. Legends have developed around the year or so of f Tuesday nights, when Steve presided over the door like a benign tyrant, Rusty spun his record collection and George was the coat-check girl, and rightly so. Books have been written, plays performed, films made and stories told and re-told about The Blitz because it was that important. The Blitz was a pressure cooker of creativity, which would dominate youth culture for a generation. The list of bands which can directly or indirectly be traced back to that tiny dancefloor is staggering: Spandau Ballet, Culture Club, Visage, Ultravox, Sade, Wham!, Bananarama, Blue Rondo A La Turk, Haysi Fantayzee, Animal Nightlife… But it wasn’t just music. Dance, design, fashion, photography, writing, almost no aspect of British cultural life was untouched by this rag-tag gang of students, hairdressers, shop assistants and unemployed poseurs.

As soon as the queues for The Blitz grew longer than the place could accommodate, so others followed… Soon every doorway promised a party and every alley secreted a scene. London was swinging again.

Taken from Robert Elms’s introduction to ‘We Can Be Heroes: Punks, Poseurs, Peacocks and People of a Particular Persuasion’ by Graham Smith”

oh gr8 and powerful Lord of Darkness, pls bless me with time-travel powers so i may return to my people kthanksbyeeeee

Oct 15
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#wcw My Sistah. 👯 #legalInNewJersey

#wcw My Sistah. 👯 #legalInNewJersey

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Hipster Bandit. #nyc #williamsburg #buttbandit #wallart #tbt (at Bushwick/Williamsburg)

Hipster Bandit. #nyc #williamsburg #buttbandit #wallart #tbt (at Bushwick/Williamsburg)